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students hug each other on first day of school
photo of 2024 homecoming court
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photo of William Paca Middle School
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photo of NJROTC marching at graduation
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photo of Rockettes jumping in the air
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photo of six all-state musicians
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day mural with an inspirational quote
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News & Announcements

drone photo of athletic field and complex

The spring varsity sports season is back in full swing and student-athletes and their teams have already started competing against schools from across Long Island. The Colonial student-athletes and their coaches have spent months in preparation and all aim to put together competitive seasons filled with hard work and sportsmanship with the ultimate goal of coming out on top at season’s end!

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photo of BOE Trustee Jennifer Heitman with Legislator Jim Mazzarella

William Floyd Board of Education Trustee Jennifer Heitman was recently recognized by Suffolk County Legislator Jim Mazzarella as the 3rd Legislative District’s “Champion of Diversity” during the April general meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature.

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photo of lineman on a bucket truck with students looking on

It was an electrifying day at Moriches Elementary School as fourth-grade students recently welcomed Bill, a lineman with PSEG Long Island as part of their Touch-A-Truck presentation! Students learned about the importance of electrical safety and the crucial role that lineworkers have in keeping society running on a daily basis.

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photo of Lauryl Byrnes in a science classroom

Lauryl Byrnes, a seventh-grade physical science teacher at William Floyd Middle School, has been selected to participate in the Teacher Innovator Institute (TII) at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., this summer! At TII, middle school educators will learn how to bring the museum experience into their classrooms by exploring connections between informal STEAM education and authentic learning. Ms. Byrnes, who was selected out of a pool of nearly 200 exemplary STEAM educators from across the country, is the first teacher on Long Island selected for this honor!

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Youth and Government students in Albany's state legislative chambers

The William Floyd High School Youth and  Government program continued its tradition of success and dominance at the 88th annual New York State YMCA Youth and Government conference held March 22-24 in the state’s legislative chambers in Albany. This was the largest conference in the program’s history with nearly 700 students students participating from across New York State. William Floyd students continued to outshine their peers by garnering election to seven elected state leadership positions including the governorship, as well as securing numerous awards.

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ABOUT OUR DISTRICT

Welcome to the website of the award-winning William Floyd School District located on the south shore of Long Island, approximately 60 miles east of New York City, with an enrollment of more than 9,400 students attending 10 K-12 schools. The district provides tremendous opportunities for students ranging from science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Career and Technical Education, music, the arts, athletics, extracurricular activities and much more.